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6 Animal Rescue Organizations That Make A Real Difference

6 Animal Rescue Organizations That Make A Real Difference

Helping animals is a kind of compassionate love that doesn’t require speaking a word. It drives many people to build welfare organizations for animals. As we look around us, we see several animal welfare organizations. Some are able to provide help, while some have been not so successful due to various reasons.

Here is a list of 6 animal rescue organizations around the world that have made a real difference.

1. Best Friends Animal Rescue Society

Best Friends Animal Rescue Society
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Founded in 1984, the Best Friends Animal Rescue Society is located along the Utah-Arizona Border with a scenic view of the Angel Canyon. It leads the ‘No-Kill Movement,’ which protests against killing animals in U.S. shelters.

The large sanctuary is home to around 2000 domestic animals like dogs, cats, rabbits, donkeys, goats, horses, pigs, and more.

2. The Humane Society

The Humane Society
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The Humane Society is one of the most reputed animal welfare societies around the world. It is an international organization that has successfully worked against animal testing, cruelty in animal farms, wildlife hunting, poaching, and factory farming.

3. Animal Aid Unlimited

animal aid unlimited
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Animal Aid Unlimited is an NGO established in 2002, running all over India to provide help for all kinds of domestic animals like cows, goats, rabbits, bulls, birds, donkeys, and others.

It has an emergency service for sick and injured street cats and dogs. It also maintains its own veterinary hospital that has helped them to take care of physically deformed animals.

4. Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)
Image Source: aspca.org

The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is an international animal welfare organization that has supported animal welfare organizations in developing countries to take care of animals and guided them in providing medical care with proper techniques.

The SPCA partners up with the government to organize rescue camps for stray, injured, or sick animals, treat them, vaccinate, spray/neuter them, find them a new home, or rehabilitate them.

5. David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Image Source: sheldrickwildlifetrust.org

David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is a renowned sanctuary nurturing orphaned giraffes, elephants, and rhinos. It organizes educational programs and awareness camps to stop poaching and hunting of animals.

The Trust has a virtual adoption program on its official website to ‘adopt’ an orphan rhino, giraffe, or elephant in need by contributing $50 only.

6. Four Paws

Four Paws
Image Source: four-paws.org

Four Paws is a multinational animal rescue organization with branches in more than 14 countries around the world. Each country has several centers.

It helps wild animals in need by rescuing them and providing them safe shelter. The organization’s motive is to create a world where humans treat animals with love, respect, and kindness.

The organization shares its yearly report on its official website as proof of the hard work each year.

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